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The Most Common Logical Fallicies (InfoGraphic)

Courtesy of yourlogicalfallacyis.com, here is an infographic of some of the most common logical fallacies. Good for when you are arguing with someone over the internet or as a quick reference guide to make sure your writing isn’t hollow.

The Most Common Logical Fallicies

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4 comments

  1. Cool infographic, bro. What’s next, a listicle? Top 5 logical fallacies for the tie in?

  2. When lawyers cite court rulings in their legal briefs and oral arguments, they are using the so-called appeal to authority fallacy. They almost always argue that the opposition’s argument is wrong because the SCOTUS has ruled otherwise. So not only is the appeal to authority fallacy used in the practice of law, it is one of the most relied upon and effective arguments a lawyer can make.